KS0182 keyestudio LED Cube Kit

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  • Babis Diavolitsis
    Babis Diavolitsis 01/06/2019 2:26 pm

    On the phase (when you initially solder) how do you take into account the polarities shown on the boards . It is not clear neither in the video nor in the instructions.
    Can you please help me?

    • keyestudio
      keyestudio 01/30/2019 8:43 am

      @Babis DiavolitsisI’m sorry, this problem needs to go to the official website or shop for help.

  • Babis Diavolitsis
    Babis Diavolitsis 01/06/2019 2:54 pm

    The Funduino board has six pins : GND, CTS, 5V, TXD, RXD and DTR and the keystudio board has five pins RST, VCC, RXD, TXD and GND. Can you give me which pin is connected to what?

    • keyestudio
      keyestudio 01/30/2019 8:39 am

      @Babis DiavolitsisSorry, I don’t offer Funduino support for the time being.

    LEO S LESSARD 01/12/2019 10:40 am

    How do you use the usb loader to upload programs from the Cube4 library. It seems to not work.

    • keyestudio
      keyestudio 01/30/2019 8:38 am

      @LEO S LESSARDThe LED cube cannot be directly connected to the computer. Please refer to the WIKI link below the video for details.

  • Cody O'Dell
    Cody O'Dell 01/28/2019 9:02 pm

    I put the cube together, but I cannot figure out how to program the cube. I wired it up to the chip they supplied and connected it to my computer but I cannot get the arduino ide to recognize the chip.

    getting this error message when I try to program

    avrdude: stk500_getsync() attempt 8 of 10: not in sync: resp=0x20
    avrdude: stk500_getsync() attempt 9 of 10: not in sync: resp=0x30

    Do you have any advice? Please help, thanks!

    • keyestudio
      keyestudio 01/30/2019 8:35 am

      @Cody O’DellHello, you need to check whether the corresponding drivers and code base files are installed. In addition, you need to provide your use process. My side can easily solve the problem.
      You can refer to the WIKI link at the bottom of the video first.